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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
One of the most useful, unique social networking tools out there.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.32).
It'll change the way you browse, blog and maintain your links and lists - Fantastic for Amazon book lovers Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I'm an amazon book junky and blogger. The Blue Organizer has become an indispensable browsing and publishing tool for me - in the same way that del.icio.us tags, google notes and tabbed browsing are. The mark of a really good browsing tool, is when you miss it the second you don't have it. I would definitely miss my BlueOrganizer if I was browsing or blogging on a friend's computer. Here are a couple of reasons why -
Saves me a lot of time - make tinyurls and share any page on twitter, tumblr, facebook or delicious with one click.
Organize stuff quickly - people, books, albums, recipes, blogs...it knows exactly what you're looking at and saving and categories are pre-populated - everything you save is searchable with natural language. All your stuff is really easy to find with pull down menus and search - especially if you save lots and browse a lot.
Bloggers Rejoice. Publishing a new item into a graphical widget feed takes under 15 seconds (20 seconds if you add your own notes! and yes..I timed it), and does not require a log-in. You do it as you re browsing - it's as fast as adding a del.icio.us tag.
Widgets of all types (books, music, bookmarks) are snap to set up on a blog and is completely customizable - you fully control the way your SmartLinks work, look and feel - and it's all accomplished, again, through your browser. Just as easy as adding a tag - you can add dynamic content to a blog.
If you're constantly on amazon and love your wish lists - this is a great tool for you. Adding a book to your organizer is the fastest, most efficient way to maintain your lists as you continue to browse - add notes, find out more information on the book and about the author with smartlinks without the need for a Google search.
Try it. It'll become a permanent part of your firefox tool bar. Trust me.